US President Leaves Washington To Vietnam To Attend Second Summit With Korean Leader - TNBC USA

US President Donald Trump left Washington to Vietnam for attending a second historic summit with the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong UN,  claiming he will emphasize on the denuclearization issue of Korea. Briefly, before his departure from the White House, the US President told with great expectation about what he actually want in this “ very tremendous summit” including that “ we want denuclearization” on the Korean peninsula.

He unleashed his approach in a twitter post saying: “ With complete Denuclearization, North Korea will rapidly become an Economic Powerhouse. Without it, just more of the same”.

US President Donald lastly met with Kim before eight months in their historic summit in Singapore, where the two signed a vastly representative agreement. On Sunday, at an event in White House, the US President presented to instigate any expectations of a vital resolution at the following summit in Hanoi, claiming the sanctions enforced over the missile and nuclear tests in Pyongyang would remain.

US President told, “The sanctions are on. Everything is on. But we have a special feeling and I think it will lead to something very good. Maybe not ”. He also added, “I don’t want to rush anybody. I just don’t want to test. As long as there’s no testing, we’re happy. ”

Pyongyang claims that they have already taken such steps for not to test ballistic missiles or nuclear weapons for more than a year, erupting the gateways to their atomic test site.

But at the same time, North Korea informs it has completed the development of its arsenal and the potentials are no longer required. At Joint Base Andrews near Washington, the US President mounted Air Force One becoming to deliver a sharp wave before the Presidential jet left at 12.34 pm bound for Wednesday-Thursday summit in Hanoi.

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